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In Memory of

Sandra Kay Callier-Campbell

June 13, 1952 - April 30, 2017

Obituary


Sandra Kay Callier Campbell 64, was called home on Sunday April 30, 2017 at Swedish Hospital. She was born to parents Sam and Elizabeth Rhodes on June 13, 1952, in Seattle, WA. Sandra was the third and only girl of six siblings. She attended Franklin High School and later went on to work for the University of Washington, for over 20 years.
Sandra married Leslie "LC" Campbell on April 24, 1999 with whom she would enjoy 18 years of marriage.
Sandra was a Christian woman with a loving and beautiful soul. She found...

Sandra Kay Callier Campbell 64, was called home on Sunday April 30, 2017 at Swedish Hospital. She was born to parents Sam and Elizabeth Rhodes on June 13, 1952, in Seattle, WA. Sandra was the third and only girl of six siblings. She attended Franklin High School and later went on to work for the University of Washington, for over 20 years.
Sandra married Leslie "LC" Campbell on April 24, 1999 with whom she would enjoy 18 years of marriage.
Sandra was a Christian woman with a loving and beautiful soul. She found great happiness in helping others and loved her family unconditionally. Sandra enjoyed playing bingo, softball, bowling, cooking, baking, and spending time with her children and grandchildren as well as playing Bingo with her girlfriends at the casino.
Sandra leaves to cherish fond memories, her husband Leslie "LC" Campbell, her six children; Elizabeth Misouria (Kalvin); Charles Griffin Jr. (Ruth); Dominick Callier (Alicia); Natasha McClendon (Willie), Lorenzo Campbell, and Andrew Campbell. Her fifteen grandchildren; Charles, Kwamane, Da'Janique, Quadir, Savannah, Chyna, Domanique, Daylen, Kenya, Jeremiah, Leila, Saij, Nanette, Heaven and Genesis. Her Brothers Samuel, William (Peggie); LeRoy (Amy); Jerome (Linda); John (Laura) and Landry. As well as a host of family and friends.
The family would like express sincere gratitude for all who sent condolences, cards and flowers during their time of bereavement.
There will be a repast for family and friends following the service at the Rainier Beach Community Club, 6038 S. Pilgrim Street, Seattle WA 98118.